|This article is about a/an actor in Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight.|
Tony Sano (トニー・佐野 Tonī Sano) is a Japanese-American actor and composer. He is well known for portraying Albert Cho and Chase (not to be confused with the one in Kamen Rider Drive series) in Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight. He also is known for hosting ABC's I Survived a Japanese Game Show season 1 and MTV's Spring Break in Japan.
He has a mother named Mary Sano, who is an artistic director of the Mary Sano Studio and founded the Isadora Duncan Heritage Society in San Francisco.
His birth year is shown to be 1981, although this has not been confirmed yet. Sano was born in Tokyo, Japan.
When Sano was at the age of three, he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area along with his parents. Sano spent most of his youth living in the Oakland Hills. Sano currently lives in Los Angeles.
During his free time, he enjoys singing and songwriting on the piano. He enjoys poker and has competed professionally.
- Coincidentally, Sano shares the same last name as Mitsuru Sano, Albert's Japanese counterpart in Kamen Rider Ryuki.
- Sano shares his first name with another recurring actor from the same series (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Tony Moras, who played both Richie Preston and Ian.
- According to his Model Mayhem bio, his age year is currently 37, possibly he was born in 1981.